Red Spider Lilies In A Corner Of A Park

red spider lilies

These flowers were blooming in a corner of the park

Shot at Sarue-Onshi Park in Sumiyoshi, Tokyo.

In a corner of the park, some red spider lilies were blooming. I like its unique shape. Yet it is not popular in Japan because the flower is often thought as an unfortunate sign. It blooms during Higan, many Buddhists pay the ancestors a visit at that time in Japan. So it is correlated with the afterlife.

It might be a perishing nuisance for the flower. It didn't come into bloom at the convenience of the human beings.

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Where is Sarue-Onshi Park?

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Photo No.
9557
Shooting Date
Sep 2015
Posted On
November 11, 2015
Place
Sumiyoshi, Tokyo
Genre
Floral Photography
Archive
NOV 2015 NATURE TOKYO
Camera
SIGMA DP2 MERRILL
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